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Author Topic: How To Setup Port Forwarding on Firmware 3.11 WAN to LAN device or server  (Read 12210 times)

landru

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Have experience with many firewall, routers. Here is a HOW TO for quick port forwarding:

1. Create a new custom service...
Main Menu > Security > Custom Service > Add a New Custom Service

2. Give it a name, select the link type (TCP, UDP, BOTH (TCP+UDP), or others
3. Select Multiple Ports. LEAVE SOURCE PORTS BLANK.
4. Enter the source WAN port numbers separated by a comma if using multiple ports into the DESTINATION PORTS
5. Click SAVE
7. Create a new firewall rule
Main Menu > Security > Firewall Rules > Add New IPv4 Firewall Rule
8. From Zone  - Insecure WAN
9. To Zone - Secure LAN
10. Service (select the name of your created custom service)
11. Change Action to Always Allow
12. Source = ANY
13. Log = Never
14. Internal IP Address = (IP address of server/pc/device you are trying to forward to)
15. Click SAVE

DONE - Quick and Dirty


« Last Edit: January 11, 2019, 07:00:15 AM by GreenBay42 »
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FurryNutz

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Link>Welcome!

Thank for this information, hope it helps future users.  ;)
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fronquillo1975

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Have experience with many firewall, routers. Here is a HOW TO for quick port forwarding:

1. Create a new custom service...
Main Menu > Security > Custom Service > Add a New Custom Service

2. Give it a name, select the link type (TCP, UDP, BOTH (TCP+UDP), or others
3. Leave Source Start Port and Source Finish Port BLANK
4. Enter the port number(s) or port ranges into the Destination Start Port and Destination Finish Port fields
5. Click SAVE
7. Create a new firewall rule
Main Menu > Security > Firewall Rules > Add New IPv4 Firewall Rule
8. From Zone  - Insecure WAN
9. To Zone - Secure LAN
10. Service (select the name of your created custom service)
11. Change Action to Always Allow
12. Source = ANY
13. Log = Never
14. Internal IP Address = (IP address of server/pc/device you are trying to forward to)
15. Click SAVE

DONE - Quick and Dirty
Excellent information!!!! Very useful for me at this time!!!
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FurryNutz

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Glad it works for you. Thanks for your feed back. Please feel free to post again.

Enjoy.

Have experience with many firewall, routers. Here is a HOW TO for quick port forwarding:

1. Create a new custom service...
Main Menu > Security > Custom Service > Add a New Custom Service

2. Give it a name, select the link type (TCP, UDP, BOTH (TCP+UDP), or others
3. Leave Source Start Port and Source Finish Port BLANK
4. Enter the port number(s) or port ranges into the Destination Start Port and Destination Finish Port fields
5. Click SAVE
7. Create a new firewall rule
Main Menu > Security > Firewall Rules > Add New IPv4 Firewall Rule
8. From Zone  - Insecure WAN
9. To Zone - Secure LAN
10. Service (select the name of your created custom service)
11. Change Action to Always Allow
12. Source = ANY
13. Log = Never
14. Internal IP Address = (IP address of server/pc/device you are trying to forward to)
15. Click SAVE

DONE - Quick and Dirty
Excellent information!!!! Very useful for me at this time!!!
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biroplast

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this does not work for three different computers with different ports.

How is the setup for a three computers and thre different ports.

1.pc port 4xxx
2.pc port 1xxx
3.pc port 2xxx

Help please
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johnjces

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In firmware 3.11_WW dated 10/15/18, the following cannot be done:

3. Leave Source Start Port and Source Finish Port BLANK

If you try and save the service it won't let you until you fill it in.

SO... does not appear to work in 2019.

John
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FurryNutz

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I recommend that you phone contact your regional D-Link support office and ask for help and information regarding this.
Link> Tech Support Contact Information
We find that phone contact has better immediate results over using email.
Let us know how it goes please.
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petshop88

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Setup this port forwarding, but not working:

Custom Service
Name: AppPort
Type: TCP
Port Type: Port Range
Source Start Port: BLANK
Source Finish Port: BLANK
Destination Start Port: 30000
Destination Finish Port: 30000

Firewall Rules
From Zone: INSECURE (WAN)
To Zone: SECURE (LAN)
Service: AppPort
Action: Always Allow
Source Hosts: Any
Log: Always
Internal IP Address: 192.168.1.10
Enable Port Forwarding: ON
Translate Port Number: 30000
External IP Address: Dedicated WAN

Tried changing
Source Start Port: 30000
Source Finish Port: 30000

We even turn off all Attack Checks, upgraded the firmware to 3.17B401C_WW. Tried revert back to 3.17. All also failed.

We have another branch using DSR-500 with firmware 3.17, setup the exact same port forwarding rule, works perfect!

Please help!!! Is there a possibility of firmware bug?!?
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bbain

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Have experience with many firewall, routers. Here is a HOW TO for quick port forwarding:

1. Create a new custom service...
Main Menu > Security > Custom Service > Add a New Custom Service

2. Give it a name, select the link type (TCP, UDP, BOTH (TCP+UDP), or others
3. Select Multiple Ports. LEAVE SOURCE PORTS BLANK.
4. Enter the source WAN port numbers separated by a comma if using multiple ports into the DESTINATION PORTS
5. Click SAVE
7. Create a new firewall rule
Main Menu > Security > Firewall Rules > Add New IPv4 Firewall Rule
8. From Zone  - Insecure WAN
9. To Zone - Secure LAN
10. Service (select the name of your created custom service)
11. Change Action to Always Allow
12. Source = ANY
13. Log = Never
14. Internal IP Address = (IP address of server/pc/device you are trying to forward to)
15. Click SAVE

DONE - Quick and Dirty

Thank you! I have been banging my head on the wall trying to figure out why my port forwarding was not working. I was entering the destination port numbers into the source fields as well  instead of leaving them blank. Tested and working now!

PS running firmware 3.13_ww
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